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If you thought that the best Kung Fu-related thing you’d ever see on your TV screens was the David Carradine series, then you’re about to get your faces blown out of the back of your skulls with the world broadcast premiere of Kung Fury.
Fans were excited to hear about Heroes Reborn, the new series hitting this fall. We know NBC’s revival of Heroes will feature a collection of both old and new characters, and we now have confirmation that another major character from the original series will be making his return.
For this year’s Red Nose Day, which has already given us Indiana Kendrick, comedians Nick Offerman and Will Ferrell have come together to see which actor is better at appealing to crowds for charitable donations. Where are they doing it? On NBC’s The Voice, and there's a special guest involved.
David Letterman’s retirement from late night has been a big deal thanks to the longevity of the man’s career and the impact he had on the late night landscape over the years. With that in mind, it’s no real shock that The Late Show with David Letterman nabbed plenty of eyeballs last night.
I’m not going to sit here and pretend to understand everything there is to know about time travel, even when it comes to a fictional property like The Flash. I can only use my limited intellect and the clues and rules that the show has laid out, which I try to do here. Season 1 spoilers abound.
Jimmy Fallon has played a lot of games during his time on late night television, but I never thought I would see the day where he would be involved in a round of “Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader” with Jeff Foxworthy as the host, to boot.
With cool stunt work and incredible visual effects for a TV budget, The Flash gave fans a lot of great battles between the Scarlet Speedster and other names from around the DC universe. Here are the best fight scenes the series delivered over the course of its 23-episode first season.
Like the shambling bodies that make up the subject matter, our culture’s fascination with zombie fiction will probably never fully die, and it looks like TV will be getting another dose of the undead, as George A. Romero’s Marvel Comics series Empire of the Dead is being developed as a television show.
Last night Bieber popped up on The Late Late Show with James Corden to create a little more goodwill. Luckily, throwing Bieber and Corden into a car together can only lead to amusing shenanigans, and you can give them a watch.
Last night gave us one of the most monumental 90 minutes (or so) of television ever, as the late night legend David Letterman took the stage as the Late Show host for the very last time.And one of the best parts was the star-studded Top Ten list, which included Bill Murray and more.
David Letterman’s final episode was last night, and while the majority of people are focusing on the star-studded final Top 10 list, I can’t get over the beautiful montage that served as his final moments.
A season of small-scale storytelling on Supernatural could only end in an abandoned Mexican restaurant in Nebraska. Season 10 dropped the typical end-of-the-world season-long arc in favor of a dilemma that pushed Sam and Dean’s brotherly bond to its breaking point.
Tonight Conan O’Brien gave us great insight regarding what it meant to take Letterman’s old timeslot on NBC and how Letterman helped to really introduce him to the masses when he was having a tough time.
As much as well-rounded characters can make otherwise non-outstanding shows watchable, annoying characters can easily break the best ones. We’ve rounded up the 10 most annoying characters of the 2014-2015 TV season, making this one of the most aggravation-fueled lists you’ll see this year.
Despite only hitting the schedule in 2011, NBC’s The Voice has already aired a whopping eight seasons on the network. On Tuesday night, the NBC reality competition series went head to head with ABC’s Dancing with the Stars in the ratings.